This page has a number of downloads from a range of sources to help parents and carers help their children with their school work.
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|The literacy glossary will explain some of the terms that your child will come across while studying at Ronald Ross.||This document (from the department for education website) was produced in 2009 and gives good understand of your child's progress in maths and how to help.||This is a guide for parents and carers (from the department for education website) on Special Educational Needs (SEN).|
|Here is a list of questions to ask your child when they are reading to you. They are graded by reading level.||This booklet is for parents of 5+ year olds (from the department for education website). It gives lots of tips and guidance on how to get involved with your child's learning.||This is a simple guide to how children are taught to form letters, particularly useful for children in Reception to Year 1.|
|This booklet is for parents of 8-13 year olds (from the department for education website). It gives lots of tips and guidance on how to help with homework.||
this guide shows you how Maths is taught by year group.
We have put some ideas for days out and activities, which are mostly free, in and around London. Let us know how you get on!
|A presentation on the Year 1 phonics screening which will help you practice phonics with your child.||In a workshop run by Learn2Love2Read this presentation shows you how children learn to read.||
This is a link to the national phonics screening test page
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